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WBBL|04 Player of the Season

WBBL|04 Player of the Season

Player of the Season candidates





WBBL PoTS

Sophie Molineux

Matches: 14

Batting: 354 runs at 29.50, strike rate of 114.56, high score of 78*

Bowling: 16 wickets at 21.37, economy rate of 6.97, best of 2-18

Player of the Match:
vs Melbourne Stars @ MCG, 01/01/2019
vs Hobart Hurricanes @ GMHBA Stadium, 03/01/2019
vs Brisbane Heat @ Harrup park, 06/01/2019

Once the new year hit Molineux struck a purple patch, notching up 148 runs and three Player of the Match performances in the first three games of 2019. At just 21 years of age, Molineux also became the fourth player in WBBL history to score 300 runs and take 15 wickets in a season.




WBBL PoTS

Amy Satterthwaite

Matches: 15

Batting: 325 runs at 25.00, strike rate of 101.24, high score of 66

Bowling: 3 wickets at 33.00, economy rate of 7.61, best of 3-17

Player of the Match:
vs Melbourne Stars @ Marvel Stadium, 29/12/2018
vs Hobart Hurricanes @ CitiPower Centre, 12/01/2019

Satterthwaite was one of three ‘Gades players to record over 300 runs for the season. The ultimate leader, Satterthwaite’s Player of the Match-winning knock of 66 against the Hurricanes, steadied the nerves of her young side, and secured the Renegades a history-making berth in the WBBL finals.




WBBL PoTS

Molly Strano

Matches: 15

Bowling: 19 wickets at 17.52, economy rate of 6.42, best of 4-21

Player of the Match:
vs Brisbane Heat @ Geelong Cricket Ground, 16/12/2018

Strano collected the second highest number of wickets in the entirety of the WBBL for the season – 19 with an economy rate of 6.42. She established a reputation as not just an incredibly efficient bowler, but a death-bowling specialist, highlighted by her willingness to bowl the final over against the Hurricanes, which secured the Renegades a 3-run win and a spot in their first-ever finals campaign. Strano has played every single one of the Renegadaes’ 57 WBBL games since the club’s inception in 2015.




WBBL PoTS

Lea Tahuhu

Matches: 15

Bowling: 14 wickets at 21.35, economy rate of 5.92, best of 3-13

Tahuhu’s season highlight came against the Heat when she captured 3-13 in Mackay. In the Renegades’ final game of the regular season against the Sydney Sixers in Geelong, Tahuhu became one of just three players in the history of the WBBL to bowl two maiden overs in a single innings – Tahuhu finished with figures of 0-7 off her four overs.




WBBL PoTS

Georgia Wareham

Matches: 15

Bowling: 11 wickets at 27.36, economy rate of 5.90, best of 2-19

For a leg spinner to finish the season with an economy rate of 5.90 is virtually unheard of, let alone one who is just 19 years of age. Not only did Wareham have the lowest economy of the Renegades’ bowling line up, but also the third lowest of the entire WBBL competition.




WBBL PoTS

Danni Wyatt

Matches: 14

Batting: 368 runs at 26.28, strike rate of 111.51, high score of 62

Player of the Match:
vs Adelaide Strikers @ CitiPower Centre, 08/12/2018

Wyatt was the highest run-scorer for the Renegades’ season, with a total of 368 runs. The English international was also invaluable in the field, taking four catches and saving countless runs on the boundary.




Previous Winners:


WBBL|01 – Molly Strano

WBBL|02 – Molly Strano

WBBL|03 – Amy Satterthwaite


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